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A 1925 photo of the Russian Crown Jewels after the revolution.

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The Russian Imperial Crown Jewels after the Revolution, 1925

Before 1917 Russian Imperial Court was recognized as the richest in Europe. Here is the  most popular photo of 1922 with the main part of Imperial jewels: 13 diadems, 4 crowns, Imperial regalia. Before the Bolsheviks' "reign" Russia has got more than 20 diadems, the real masterpieces of jewelers of the 18-20th centuries. Today The Armor Fund of Moscow Kremlin keeps two diadems and two crowns. Like in France and England the execution of the monarch led to the destruction of the royal wealth.

main part of the Russian crown jewels and jewelry empress made ​​by the Soviet Commission in 1922

GD Vladimir diadem

Vladimir tiara: Each of the individual pearls and emerald cabochon drops has it's own black velvet bags set out in order when it comes to attaching them to the interlocking circles frame of the Vlad Tiara

Wedding photograph of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich Romanov of Russia and Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova of Russia,Princess of Montenegro.A♥W

Wedding photograph of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich Romanov and Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova, Princess of Montenegro

Nicky and Alix's coronation

Coronation of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia in the Kremlin, 1896

Russian Crown Jewels

The Russian Imperial Crown Jewels after the Revolution, 1925

Royals: Королевские украшения - Просмотр темы - - Женские форумы myJane

Royals: Королевские украшения - Просмотр темы - - Женские форумы myJane

After 1917 with the end of the Romanovs dynasty in Russia 80% of cultural values ​left the country by not very beautiful ways.Bolsheviks needed currency to retain power in the country and to finance the revolutions in other countries. For collecting treasures from the royal family and the whole of Russia, they created State Depository. And from there went values ​​abroad.

Some of the Romanov's Jewels, 1920 ca (Note; Tsarina Alexandra's pearl & diamond diadem is clearly visible to the left.

After the 1917 revolution, Russia's new rulers debated what to do with the crown jewels. This 1925 photo shows the collection. However, a 1922 album at the U.S. Geological Survey includes photos of four items that are missing from the 1925 photo.

The Mysterious Disappearance Of The Russian Crown Jewels

After the 1917 revolution, Russia's new rulers debated what to do with the crown jewels. This 1925 photo shows the collection. However, a 1922 album at the U. Geological Survey includes photos of four items that are missing from the 1925 photo.

Romanov Crown Jewels

Romanov's jewels in Only one tiara -the diadem of Elizabeth Alexeevna that is second from the left to right stayed in Russia. Others were sold, disassembled or presented

from Fersman catalogue of the imperial jewels: these belonged to Empress Marie Feodorovna.

Imperial Romanov Jewels - The Russian Diamond Fund: Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (A convertible diamond and pearl tiara / necklace)

Русские драгоценности, короны, в том числе яйца Фаберже выставлены на обозрение для иностранных послов и прессы перед аукционом, 1925г.

The famed Romanov jewels and thirteen Fabergé Imperial Easter Eggs exhibited by the Bolshevieks in

Imperial Jewels of the Diamond Fund of Russia

royals-and-quotes: “ Royal Crown - Russian Imperial Crown All regalia of Imperial Russia are kept in The Diamond Fund, Kremlin, Moscow.

AN IMPRESSIVE AND HIGHLY IMPORTANT DIAMOND ORNAMENT FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL FAMILY, RUSSIA. Designed as necklace consisting of an articulated band mounted in silver with a row of twenty-seven graduated diamonds within a border of stylised foliate motifs with smaller stones, embellished with a ribbon bow clasp in silver with diamonds in a floral and foliate pattern. In 1764, the grand jewellery was an integral part of the Russian court tradition.

Along with the legendary French Crown Jewels, the sparkling jewelry masterpieces of the Russian Imperial Family conjur images of the extraordinary opulence and grandeur established by the Romanov …

a selection of russian imperial jewels before being sold

Imperial Romanov Jewels - The Russian Diamond Fund: Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (diamond and pearl devant de corsage brooch, various other diamond and gem-set brooches)

Members of non-official Committee are allowed to study the treasures and jewelry belonged to the Romanovs, Moscow 1926. A part of this collection will be sold abroad, another will be simply stolen. Only 30% of treasures are kept in Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin ~

Members of non-official Committee are allowed to study the treasures and jewelry belonged to the Romanovs, Moscow A part of this collection will be sold abroad, another will be simply stolen. Only of treasures are kept in Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin ~

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